Mullae Neighborhood Park

- Badminton -

"If you think badminton is easy, then chances are you've never actually played badminton."


Mullae Neighborhood Park
Badminton

Mullae Neighborhood Park
Badminton

Information current as of June 25, 2016


Let's be honest; you're more than likely not going to be going out of your way to visit Mullae Neighborhood Park. Sure, it's a nice park, but there is probably a park that is just as good that is closer to where you live. With that being said, why not visit Mullae Neighborhood Park.

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The Scouting Report

There are four badminton courts that sit quite close to the restrooms in Mullae Neighborhood Park. They are your typical badminton courts. Nothing special. It is worth noting, however, that they are well maintained.


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Surface

Standard gravel court. The gravel is pretty tight; kind of like a pair of briefs should be.

Pros

  • The courts are extremely subway friendly. (They usually hang out every weekend.)
  • They usually do not get too crowded.
  • There is one tall light pole which provides adequate lighting for two of the courts.
  • Nets are usually there.

Cons

  • There aren't too many buildings to block the wind. If it is a breezy day, stay away.

Things to Consider

The badminton courts are right beside the toilets. So if you have diarrhea, there is no need to worry.

How To Get There

Where: Seoul-si, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Mullae-dong

From Line 2 - Mullae Station (문래역):
-Walk out of exit 1 and you will see the park. Follow the signs towards the restroom/park management office.
-Alternatively, use the Seoul Stop provided map.
-Alternatively, use your intuition.


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